ibrahim moustafa

Mother Panic: Gotham A.D #2 cover by Tommy Lee Edwards

Mother Panic Gotham A.D #2 Review: The Sirens of the Future

Selina, Pamela, and Harleen always make for a compelling trio when they are united.[caption id="attachment_838553" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Mother Panic: Gotha A.D #2 art by Ibrahim Moustafa and Jordan Boyd[/caption]Ibriahim Moustafa’s artwork is damn fantastic, using a lot of shadow to fill out the detail of this dangerous and crumbling iteration of Gotham City[...]

Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1 cover by Clay Mann and Marissa Louise

Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1- Milk Wars Part 5 Review: Utter Deadpool-Flavored Hipster Nonsense

Even Luke Cage’s subpar lettering was a little better than that.[caption id="attachment_803897" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1 art by Dale Eaglesham, Nick Derington, Tamra Bonvillain, Marissa Louise, Sonny Liew, Ibrahim Moustafa, Michael Avon Oeming, and Marley Zarcone[/caption]Dale Eaglesham’s artwork is the highlight of the comic It’s oddly realistic compared to the art in the[...]

James Bond

Creator Commentary: Ibrahim Moustafa Talks James Bond: Solstice

Ibrahim Moustafa wrote and drew the James Bond: Solstice one-shot that went on sale this week, and here he is talking about the process.Pages 1-4:We open here with 007 on a mission in Turkey I knew this story was going to be a bit more quiet and personal, so I wanted to contrast it with[...]

James Bond: Solstice

Ibrahim Moustafa To Write And Draw 'James Bond: Solstice' One-Shot

The latest word from Dynamite is that Multi-Eisner Award nominee Ibrahim Moustafa (Jaeger, High Crimes) will be writing and drawing a new 30-page one-shot set in the James Bond universe The issue, James Bond: Solstice, sets 007 on an unofficial mission to Paris, where he is on the trail of a dangerous Russian.. who may[...]

Justin Jordan and Ibrahim Moustafa Bring 8-Issue "Savage Things" To Vertigo In 2017

What better way to do that than with a new series in 2017 by Justin Jordan and Ibrahim Moustafa? Called "Savage Things," the series centers around a secret government organization that identifies children with the potential to become killers, kidnaps them, and trains them for black ops work Twenty-five years later, the government realizes this[...]